Concerns Seen in Direct Provision 2023

Concerns Seen in Direct Provision 2023
Courtesy of Nathan Dumlao

This page analyses, discusses, and researches specific concerns seen in direct provision through the lens of a bona fide international protection applicant.

1. Asylum Seekers and Cyber Crime – discusses the likelihood of there being a contract with foreign diplomats and groups of international protection applicants (i.e., Cooperative Migration Diplomacy), to push safe country nationals out of the international protection system through the use of cyber tactics and crime.

2. Is There a Popular Mind in Direct Provision? – analyses group behavior in direct provision and builds on the idea of there being a contract with foreign diplomats and groups of international protection applicants (i.e., Cooperative Migration Diplomacy).

3. The Ugly Truth Behind My Research Paper – this page explains why the initial research was conducted and how organisations that are suppose to protection vulnerable migrants fell short of this mandate, while likely—or allegedly—participating in a cooperative migration diplomacy action. It reaffirms that particular groups, specifically those from Islam, are shown favoritism in the international protection process, as one cannot complain against them. It further shows the connection between colluders, the environment, and toxic leadership in the host country, and how this is likely connected to cooperative migration diplomacy plan.

asylum seekers and cybercrime in Direct Provision

Asylum Seekers and Cyber Crime

Is There a Popular Mind in Direct Provision?

Is There a Popular Mind in Direct Provision?

The Ugly Truth Behind My Direct Provision Research Paper

The Ugly Truth Behind My Research Paper

Other Concerns Seen in Direct Provision

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